A man of many Odysseys, Paul Hartal is a Canadian poet, author and artist born in Szeged, Hungary. His critically acclaimed books include Postmodern Light (poetry,2006) , Love Poems (2004) , The Kidnapping of the Painter Miró (novel,1997,2001) , The Brush and the Compass (1988) , Painted Melodies (1983) and A History of Architecture (1972) .
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- A Fib of Nothing
- A Haiku of Chances
- A Paradox of Truth
- A Prisoner of Sobibor
- A Song of Infinity
- A Tanka of Eye Color
- Absolute Irony
- Absurd Breast Cancer Prevention
- An Oak Wood Piano on Kristallnacht
- And She Said No To Her Lover
- Angel in Transit
- Apology to a Dandelion
- Armenia, Armenia
- Art Portals
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